In the constantly changing contemporary work environment, the standard of best practices in volunteer management must remain at the highest level of expertise possible. Professionals in all fields are expected to be fully up-to-date in their chosen area of expertise. Employers and customers alike have high expectations of the services provided by certified professionals. Renewal of the CVA credential is required every five years to demonstrate continuing professional development and to retain the right to use the professional appellation, CVA.   Take a look at this brief article Renewing Your Credential: Thoughts from a Recent CVA

CVA Renewal Options and Requirements

As of January 2014 an updated set of Renewal Guidelines are in effect. These requirements are designed to:

  • include a full range of activities that are relevant to today’s trends and technology
  • provide a balanced approach between  passive “head learning” and “experiential” activities
  • respond to specific suggestions from renewing CVAs
  • provide flexibility and meaning for the required written component
  • emphasize the continuing importance of professional ethics

 

Renewal Forms and Resources

To get started, download the Guidelines and Tracking forms.

 

2017 Renewal Fee

The 2017 Renewal Fee is $175 USD and is due by end of calendar year in which you are renewing. If materials are submitted by June 30, the Early Bird Renewal Fee of $140 will apply.

  • To renew online, visit the Pay Online page.
  • Or mail a check to CCVA, P.O. Box 2153, San Francisco, CA, 94126, USA

Renewal Fee

The 2017 Renewal Fee is $175 USD and is due by end of calendar year in which you are renewing. If materials are submitted by June 30, the Early Bird Renewal Fee of $140 will apply. Electronic credit card payments are accepted via PayPal. The fee may also be sent to CCVA by check.

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